I thought it was pretty good. But you guys like Le cellier over the Yachtsman in the Yacht Club? or any other steakhouse for that matter.
I have never eaten in Yatchsman or any other steak place aside from Le Cellier, but I will say, in my opinion, if Le Cellier is the best in WDW, then WDW is in desperate need of a good steakhouse.
I bought into the "hype" and maybe I went there with too many high hopes. The Cheese Soup, yes, very very good. Pretzel bread, can someone explain the big deal? It's a pretzel, in stick form. If you sat down to eat at any other restaruant, and instead of bread, they brought out a big old soft pretzel you would wonder what is going on, but make it in stick form and WOW, its hit.
The steak, unimpressive. I guess for the price its about right, but it really is not a stand out steak, at least in my opinion. And if I am going to a steakhouse, I want steak, a little salt and pepper, and maybe some mushrooms. Sauce, glaze, marinade, to me just masks the flavor of good steak - unless of course the steak is not that good to begin with
Le Celliar is not a bad place, don't get me wrong, I would most assuredly eat there again. It's just that I don't think of it as a great steakhouse. Maybe its the menu, that to me just does not scream "steakhouse". Most steakhouses I have eaten are very simple preperations when it comes to steak - you get a steak. Most have side dishes on the side, and creamed spinach, while sort of cliche is almost required to be on the menu, as is a wedge salad (not that I am a big fan of a wedge salad). Maybe its because they are trying to appeal to the general crowd at WDW, not somone who is going in to order a peice of meat.
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My wife and I visited WDW for our honeymoon last June for a week and with the dining plan we did most of the good restaurants. And I am a true blue....red carnivore. I had the chance to eat at both Le Cellier and the Yatchsman. If you are looking for serious steak the Yatchsman wins by far in my opinion. They use prime beef, and dry age the steaks on the premises....in fact you can see the meat locker from the front desk. Le Cellier has nice sauces and a couple of nice cuts along with great tatsing sides. But if you really are a true cow eater the Yatchsman is really hard to beat. Just my two cents.